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Businesses Near Salon Meritage Donating Funds to Help Victims' Families

Seal Beach salon shooting memorial. Screenshot/YouTube.
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Some businesses in the shopping center that houses Salon Meritage, the scene of the Seal Beach massacre, are donating funds to help the families of those killed in the shooting, reports L.A. Now.

Most participating shops, including restaurants, professional offices and other salons in the Bay City Center are giving about 20% - 25% of the revenue they generate today. One is giving 100%.

The Seal Beach Victims' Fund is being overseen by Watson and Associates (the company that owns the Bay City Center), the Seal Beach Chamber of Commerce, and the city of Seal Beach.

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